Have you checked out Recretec frames? They are not in SLC but he ships anywhere. We have two frames from him, they are amazing. We don't need a ton of straps and everything fits perfectly. Also, the owner is awesome and will make sure that you get the EXACT setup that you want - I really cannot speak more highly of Recretec.Looking to have a Double rail diamond plate raft frame built. Any frame builders in the SLC area?
May I ask why you did Lopros on the end crossbars and inner side rails? Is it so you can still break down the frame?I recently had SLC based Thad DeHart build a frame for my NRS E180, I'm very happy with it, Thad's a great guy to work with, he's a experienced boater so he was helpful with design. He delivered on time, nice tig welds, reasonable prices. He also builds dry boxes. Give him a call at (801) 564-7887
Yep, I'll be able to break it down when flying out from the Tat. Negligible weight difference, I'm a fan of Low Pro's and 6061 Aluminum.May I ask why you did Lopros on the end crossbars and inner side rails? Is it so you can still break down the frame?
Seems these two locations are generally welded and/or pinned on custom frames using LoPros since the decks are welded anyway...to save both weight and cost.
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